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Joe Biden Bashes Donald Trump for Inheriting His Wealth as He Touts His Middle-Class Upbringing in Union Speech
As he tried to appeal to union workers on Friday, President Joe Biden compared his upbringing to Donald Trump and hit the former president for inheriting his wealth.
ASML's Potential Exit from the Netherlands: Dutch Minister Remains Optimistic About Company's Future
The Dutch Finance Minister expressed confidence in ASML's commitment to remain in the Netherlands despite the company's previous threats.
Shipping Industry Calls on UN to Protect Vessels, Seafarers Following Iran's Seizure of MSC Aries Container Ship
The shipping industry is urging the United Nations (UN) to take decisive action to protect merchant vessels and seafarers amid escalating attacks in the Middle East.
Trump's $175 Million Fraud Bond is not Properly Backed, According to New York AG
The New York AG seeks to invalidate a $175 million bond posted by former President Donald Trump.
TikTok Begins Testing Instagram Competitor 'TikTok Notes' in Canada, Australia
The app is currently in the testing phase in Canada and Australia and can be downloaded from both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Nike Set to Layoff 740 Employees in Oregon Headquarters in Second Phase of Job Cuts
Nike said in February that it will slash 2% of its global staff as part of a restructuring, but did not specify how many cutbacks would be made locally.
SSI Payment for May 2024: Supplemental Security Income Recipients to See Double Amount in Payout
The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program aims to assist aged, blind, and disabled people with low or no income.
Japan Develops AI Tool That Analyzes Employee Data, Predicts When Worker Will Quit Job
Japanese researchers have developed an AI tool that can analyze employee data and accurately predict when recruits are likely to quit their jobs.
Lululemon Announces Closure of Washington Distribution Facility and Reduction of 128 Jobs
Lululemon announced that it will close its Washington distribution facility and lay off 128 workers.
NATO Allies to Give Ukraine Additional Air Defense Systems, But Stoltenberg Warns About Serious Risk
Some NATO allies will give Ukraine additional air defense systems to help it fend off invading Russian forces, as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed.
Where To Get Free Cold Brew This Saturday For National Cold Brew Day
This Saturday, in celebration of National Cold Brew Day, coffee aficionados nationwide are in for a treat with various coffee shops and producers offering special deals and discounts.
Olympic Committee Reveals Plans for Integrating AI Into Sports as it Prepares for Paris Games
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced it will use artificial intelligence (AI) in sports.
BAE Systems Linked to Trades With Countries Accused of Human Rights Violations: Report
A new investigation alleges that BAE Systems, the UK's largest military contractor, traded with human rights violators.
Duterte-China West PH Sea Sale Agreement Speculations Spread Due to Increasing Chinese Students in Cagayan
Duterte-China West PH Sea sale deal speculations are now spreading online as thousands of Chinese students were spotted in Cagayan.
Telegram Users Can Now Send Tether Stablecoin Payments via TON Blockchain
Telegram has introduced a new feature enabling users to transact using the stablecoin USDT via The Open Network (TON), an integrated blockchain network, potentially broadening the adoption of Tether's
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